Friday, 17 June 2011


Evernote is an application that has recently been released for Windows Phone 7.

One of the main features of Evernote is that it is cross-platform compatible. This means that it works on different devices running on different operating systems. Today, I shall try this feature out personally and document it out here.

The 2 devices which I will be using today are the HTC Flyer and HTC HD7. These 2 devices run on android and Windows Phone 7 OS respectively.

First, of course, you have to download the app from either Windows Marketplace or Android Market. Next you have to create your account. This step is essential in order to access your notes from various locations.

Next, as a sample, I drew a simple apple (pardon the lack of artistic ability, this hands are not born to draw).
After finishing with the drawing, i saved the image.

 After doing so, remember to tap sync so that the note gets uploaded to the Evernote server and can be viewed from other devices.

I start the Evernote App on my HD7.

Tap on the Sync button, so that it downloads my notes from the server.

And voila! The apple which i (attempted to) drew.

Furthermore, Evernote is also available on other platforms such as Blackberry OS, iOS and Windows. This is only a small review of this piece of software. Many functions are yet to be explored.

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